Warzone Streamer Caught Cheating While Bragging About Not Cheating
Each week we bring you two moments, one of epic success, someone who absolutely nailed it! And another of an epic failure, someone who totally failed it. This week for the Nailed It we visit the now banned stream of MrGolds, a streamer who got caught cheating while playing Warzone and bragging to his stream that he’s so good he doesn’t need to cheat.
Caught Red Handed
MrGolds was a Twitch Streamer who was so good at Call of Duty Warzone, that people in his chat would constantly accuse him of cheating. They would say his reactions are too good, that they’re unreal. The way he controls his recoil is super-human and too perfect. MrGolds saw the chat and decided he would do his best to put to rest any suspicions that he was cheating. So live on his stream he tabbed out of the game and brought up his Windows Task Manager.
Within the Task Manager, you can see all the programs that are running on the computer. Despite the Task Master not showing any other programs, MrGolds also accidentally showed something else on his stream…a cheat software. Behind the Task Manager and in front of the Call of Duty Warzone screen you can see a window labeled EngineOwning. The EngineOwning website states, “We believe that everyone should have the ability to win and enjoy online matches.” Since being reported numerous times, MrGolds has been banned from Twitch.
Check out this week’s Nailed It, featuring Dignitas as they shut down TSM after some trash talk.
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